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I am a tenant and am being evicted, I have not gotten the

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I am a tenant and am being evicted, I have not gotten the sheriffs notice yet and need to know how to go about filing vacating the default judgement. This eviction will cause extreme hardship financially, leave me and my disabled kids homeless. I have asked everywhere for help, I will even pay for a lawyer because of the details of this case are not typical and should be heard by a court. I need to file the vacate of the default case and make sure me and my children stay here till a safer and affordable rental can be found. I am in the middle of a divorce from a very abusive spouse and have support hearing with my spouse as well this month and also gave the 3 day notice to the courts, I did not realize my landlord was going to evict me. Again, the details to this case and evidence are a lot. What is the appropriate steps, pleadings, motions, etc. I need to take as no one will return a call and my hearing has passed since last Monday, I am left to protect myself and be my own legal advocate.
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Landlord-Tenant
Expert:  Ely replied 5 months ago.

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I am sorry to hear about this situation. Please tell me:

1) what state this is in, and,

2) when was the writ granted?

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